Airbnb’s latest advertising campaign in San Francisco doesn’t appear to have gone down well with some local residents. It’s been seen as passive-aggressive, by all appearances telling the city how it should spend its money on public projects (and generally complaining/whining). After years of avoiding taxes, Airbnb finally agreed to pay back-taxes of several million dollars in February. It had until then refused to pay San Francisco’s 14 percent hotel tax, which over the years may have amounted to as much as $25 million. Despite agreeing to pay the back-tax in February, Airbnb is still arguing that San Francisco is unfairly trying to double-tax its hosts and access users’ personal data. Get the full story at VentureBeat and TechCrunch